Got some seat time but would rather have had yesterday's sunny and 61 degrees.
Used the 210 and the blasted thing would only run with the choke out. Had just enough time to get the driveway done before it shut off and i had to leave for work. Tinkered with it a bit when I got home and then did the neighbors driveway and it seams fine now. Must be some dirt still working loose. Was happy with the 210s ability to handle the wet snow. I think I may need to get rid of those 24-12-12's though and adjust the variable speed adjustment. The chains are not co-operating those tires are just to wide for them .We'll see, new chains are way expensive. Hope everyone was safe today.
Got a whopping one inch and mamma nature took care of it for me. Because it's Thursday the Manheim auto auction was responsible to clear Roots lots because they use them tomorrow. Soooo I didn't have to plow anything instead I was forced to stay in the heated shop all day.
I just came in to warm up an get some coffee I had 5 driveways to plow with the 212 an it did a good job like normal. Kyle I'm using those narrow 7.50 Sears tires I got from you with weights an chains.
As Don said the older you get the less enjoyable it becomes. I don't know about you Don . I've been plowing almost 26 years . Loved it at first because it meant no shoveling but that love is lllooooooonnnnnnnggggg gone.
I think if I didn't have to do it at work I wouldn't mind it so much.
I'd rather not have any snow at all this year the plowing is getting to me I'll be glad once the 300 is fixed with all the fancy hydraulics the lift the blade getting off to angle then back on lower the plow shifting gears is a pain. I deffently miss it this year but the 212 pushes better an farther then the 300 would.
Actually, I'm not trying to pee on anyone's parade, I'm just stating what Kenny's (Littledeere) wife Michelle posted on Facebook. She is the one spreading around that we could be getting a big snow storm next week.
I want warm weather just as much as you guys! I have a Wheel Horse RJ, a John Deere 70, two John Deere 110's, and a Johnson Loader to restore this year, so the sooner the weather breaks, the faster I'll get a jump on getting them finished or started.